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    Observe Good Friday in real Cape Town style

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    Good Friday (3 April 2015) is one of the most important days in the Christian almanac, and is a national…

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    How to Enjoy Living in Calabar After Your Vacation

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    As one of Nigeria’s major tourists’ hotspots, Calabar prides itself in its amazing attractions such as the Marina Resort, Drill…

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    Foodie Destination: Calabar Cuisine – Oto (Water-Yam Dumpling)

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    The variety of Nigerian recipes on offer are numerous, there is at least one specialty cuisine for each of the…

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    OBUDU CATTLE RANCH: A COMPLETE TOURIST GUIDE

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    Obudu Mountain Resort formerly known as Obudu Cattle Ranch is a tourist attraction centre located in Obanliku Local Government Area…

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    UNESCO World Heritage : Le Morne Cultural Landscape, Mauritius

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    Close your eyes for a minute and let’s travel back in time. It’s 1795 in Mauritius. This was the era…

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    Ten things you didn’t know about Mauritius

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    How’s your knowledge of Mauritius? If you’re aware that we’re an island in the Indian Ocean but that’s about as…

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    Recipe Wednesday: Lima Beans with Tripes Curry – Mauritian cuisine

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    Welcome to today’s Recipe Wednesday. We hope you have enjoyed (and tried some of) our recipes so far. This week…

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    5 Reasons to Visit Mauritius

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    Friendly people If the stunning scenery lures you to Mauritius, then the people undoubtedly make you stay, the wonderful hospitality…

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    SPOTLIGHT ON: Thaipoosam Cavadee, Mauritius

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    Mauritius is a multicultural melting pot, with a curious blend of Indian, Chinese, British, French, and African influences. Peaceful coexistence…

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    Tens of thousands of Americans to visit Brazzaville for 2015 All-Africa Games

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    Americans by the thousands will be joining others from around the world at the 2015 All-Africa Games in Brazzaville, Republic…

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    Destination Spotlight – Livingstone Zambia

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    Some call it the tourist capital of Zambia, others call it the adrenaline capital of Africa. Whichever one you go…

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    I Heart My City : Helen’s Livingstone

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    Helen Davies may hail from the United Kingdom, but after an extended solo journey around Africa in her 20s, she fell…

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    City Icon: Kofi Annan

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    The City: KUMASI… Affectionately referred to as Oseikrom by the natives, Kumasi in Ghana (historically spelt Coomassie or Comassie), was…

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    Jambojet adds new routes and new aircraft

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    Jambojet has confirmed what has been rumored for some time, that they will lease a Bombardier Q400NextGen aircraft and begin…

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    10 of the best golfing destinations in Africa

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    Due to popular demand and a desire to inspire you to break away from your normal clubhouses. Afro Tourism presents…

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    Safety Tips: Lioness opens car door with her teeth

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    When driving around a safari park, tourists are always warned to stay in their cars – but few think to…

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    Travel tips for a Lagos JJC

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    What makes Lagos so special is probably the inherent variance in its description; the fact that no two persons can…

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    Recipe Wednesday: Easter Cooking; Frejon & Fish Stew

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    At Afro Tourism we love the holidays!!! Because it means we have the passport to inspire people to fulfill their…

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    Do something different this Easter

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    Wow, it’s three months into the new year already! What an eventful 2015 it has been for the beautiful continent…

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    Best 5 : Islands in Africa

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    If all you know about vacationing Africa is only the safaris tours, then you ain’t seen anything yet. Africa has…

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    RECIPE WEDNESDAY:Chicken with Bulgur wheat (Boko Boko Harees)

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    Bulgur is a known staple in east African cooking, it can be cooked in various ways depending on the recipe…

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    Kilimanjaro Marathon draws tourists to Tanzania

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    The IAAF-approved Kilimanjaro Marathon, which will this year be run on Sunday, March 1, in and around Moshi, will once…

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    Flavours of Central Africa: Angolan Lobster & Crab Curry (Lagosta e Caranguejo)

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    This month is black history month and though I am not African American, i usually feel a kinship to the…

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    Arik Air Begins Operations to Abidjan

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    Major domestic carrier, Arik Air, has extended its operations to Ivory Coast and would, from February 16, 2015, commence scheduled…

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